Area 1 Track 2

 

Specialty Area 1: Materials Science and Engineering:

Track 2: Electronic Materials and Processing


All incoming full-time students are required to take the one-hour graduate seminar (ENGR 577) during the first year.

Course No.

Course Title

Credit Hours

     

Core Courses ( Select 9 Hours)

ENGR 500

Probability and Statistics for Engineers

3

ENGR 520

Mathematical Methods in Engineering

3

ENGR 530

Advanced Computer Applications for Engineers

3

ENGR 540

Fundamentals of Engineering Materials

3

ENGR 550

Numerical Methods for Engineering Applications

3

ENGR 560

Optimization Theory and Methods

3

     

Core Course (Select 3 Hours)

ENGR 570

Engineering Management Methods

3

MGMT 587

Project Management

3

 

 

Elective Courses (Select 12 or 18 Hours)

 

ELEN 418

Theory and Fabrication of Solid-State Devices

3

ELEN 419

Integrated Circuit Analysis

3

ELEN 526

Physics of Semiconductors

3

ELEN 536

Physics of Semiconductor Devices    

3

ELEN 541

Integrated Circuit Processing & Fabrication and Lab

3

ELEN 544

Integrated and Fiber Optics

3

ELEN 546

VLSI Technology      

3

ELEN 589

Topics in Electronic Materials and Processing

3

Elective(s)

(Other Specialty Areas)

3-6

 

     
 

Degree Options (Select 6 Hours)

 

ENGR 599

Engineering Project (Non Thesis Option)

6

ENGR 600

Thesis

6

     

Foundation Courses

A student lacking an undergraduate degree in engineering must show competency in the following courses:

MATH 264

Calculus I

4

MATH 265

Calculus II

4

MATH 395

Calculus III and Differential Equations

4

CHEM 112

General Chemistry Lab

1

CHEM 132

General Chemistry

3

PHYS221/223

General Physics/Lab

4

PHYS 222/224

General Physics II/Lab

4

ELEN 212

Electronic Properties of Matter

4

 

 

 

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